Did you know Da Nang is known as the most livable city in Vietnam and has long been a favorite of Asian tourists?
Departure & Return:
– Location: Da Nang city
– Depart Time: 8:30 am
– Return Time: 1:00 pm .
Note : The departure point or drop off point of your choice
Hotel Pickup: Pick up will be at the hotel lobby
Cancellation: Cancellation at least 24 hours ahead before the date of activity booked to receive full refund.
About Da Nang city
My second home is Da Nang, and I adore showing it to my friends who live abroad. This tour aims to fully immerse you in Central Vietnamese sightseeing and cuisine, which has a distinctive culinary tradition that stimulates all five senses at affordable costs for locals and is produced with pride at market food stalls, along with my country’s culture, history, and beliefs.
With my experienced driver, we will go for a whole 4 hours on a private guided trip to some well-known locations. We frequently stop at rest areas to change.
“Billy was an excellent tour leader. He gave us a lot of information about the sites we went. He was also extremely kind and patiently answered all of my inquiries. The service offered by the tour exceeded my expectations. I must learn to enjoy the city more!”Peter Hamman
Itinerary for the tour
You will get picked up by our tourguide at your hotel lobby
The daily tour will start with a typical drip coffee before passing My Khe beach, which Forbes magazine named one of the “top-10” beaches in the world.
The 18th-century pagoda of Ling Ung on the Son Tra peninsular, where you’ll get breath-taking views of Da Nang and its beaches, is one of our most revered places of worship. Along with tourists from other nations, you will undoubtedly come across groups of rural Vietnamese people visiting the pagoda. You can awe with them at the enormous 67-meter-tall “Lady Buddha” statue as she surveys the East Sea and the distant Cham Islands.
On our way back to the city, we sample four additional regional specialties: the typical Vietnamese baguette, the renowned pancakes of Vietnam, the BBQ pig skewers, and the charcoal-grilled pork noodles.
The Marble Mountains, a magnificent collection of five limestone and marble hills that is a well-known pilgrimage site with peaks, caves, tunnels, and temples, is the next destination on our route. Anywhere you go in and around Da Nang, it’s hard to avoid encountering reminders of the Vietnam War or avoiding conversations about its effects. In 1965, the US Marine Corps landed at Red Beach 2, which is just north of Da Nang, and our international airport was once the sizable Da Nang US airbase. My Khe Beach was a place for relaxation. Please remember to question me about Marble Mountains’ use throughout the war as it was not immune to the consequences of the fighting.
The biggest wholesale and retail location in central Vietnam is Con Market, which we then visit. This location provides a wealth of information about Vietnamese daily living. Feel free to browse the store; if you need assistance, I will be nearby. At the very least, sample some more regional specialties, like coconut candies or lotus and dried watermelon seeds, before finishing with a local favorite dessert.
- a full 4 hour private guided tour in English
- all entry fees & all food taken
- cold, bottled mineral water
- moist towelettes
- traditional drip coffee
- use of a modern air-conditioned vehicle & my professional driver
- alcoholic drinks if taken